Burger chain takes a bite of British market

The Dublin-based restaurant group Jo'Burger, which employs around 120 staff in its five restaurants in the capital, is planning to expand into Britain later this year.

9th June, 2012
Joe Macken, John Roberts and Kevin Macken at Jo'Burger Town. Photo: Malachy Geelan

The Dublin-based restaurant group Jo'Burger, which employs around 120 staff in its five restaurants in the capital, is planning to expand into Britain later this year.

The firm, which opened its latest restaurant last week, is in negotiations with a British partner and has been planning the move for a number of months.

Company director John Roberts said that the management team had been travelling to Britain in recent months to evaluate competition in the market,...

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